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Handbook Of Typography For The Mathematical Sciences

Author : Steven G. Krantz
ISBN : 9781420036015
Genre : Mathematics
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You know mathematics. You know how to write mathematics. But do you know how to produce clean, clear, well-formatted manuscripts for publication? Do you speak the language of publishers, typesetters, graphics designers, and copy editors? Your page design-the style and format of theorems and equations, running heads and section headings, page breaks, fonts, and spacing-makes the difference between, awkward, hard-to-read publications and coherent, professional ones. The Handbook of Typography for the Mathematical Sciences is your key to exercising control over how your books and articles look, read, and ultimately communicate your ideas. Focusing on TeX, today's medium of choice for producing mathematical documents, the author illuminates all of the issues associated with page design and seeing your manuscript smoothly and accurately through each step of its publication. Learn how to format, edit, and layout a page Examine a variety of graphics options: Postscript®, bitmaps, *.jpg, *.gif, and *.pdf files Discover powerful tools available for indexing, bibliographies, tables, and diagrams Access a compendium of all TeX commands commonly used in mathematical writing Explore ways to include diskettes, source code, or software available on the Internet with you publications Becoming acquainted with this material will make you a well-informed author equipped to deal with publishers, compositors, editors, and typesetters, with TeX consultants, copy editors, and graphics designers-an author who has a better understanding of the publishing process and is able to create better mathematics books.

Higher Order Finite Element Methods

Author : Pavel Solin
ISBN : 9780203488041
Genre : Mathematics
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The finite element method has always been a mainstay for solving engineering problems numerically. The most recent developments in the field clearly indicate that its future lies in higher-order methods, particularly in higher-order hp-adaptive schemes. These techniques respond well to the increasing complexity of engineering simulations and satisfy the overall trend of simultaneous resolution of phenomena with multiple scales. Higher-Order Finite Element Methods provides an thorough survey of intrinsic techniques and the practical know-how needed to implement higher-order finite element schemes. It presents the basic priniciples of higher-order finite element methods and the technology of conforming discretizations based on hierarchic elements in spaces H^1, H(curl) and H(div). The final chapter provides an example of an efficient and robust strategy for automatic goal-oriented hp-adaptivity. Although it will still take some time for fully automatic hp-adaptive finite element methods to become standard engineering tools, their advantages are clear. In straightforward prose that avoids mathematical jargon whenever possible, this book paves the way for fully realizing the potential of these techniques and putting them at the disposal of practicing engineers.

Wavelets And Multiwavelets

Author : Fritz Keinert
ISBN : 9780203011591
Genre : Mathematics
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Theoretically, multiwavelets hold significant advantages over standard wavelets, particularly for solving more complicated problems, and hence are of great interest. Meeting the needs of engineers and mathematicians, this book provides a comprehensive overview of multiwavelets. The author presents the theory of wavelets from the viewpoint of general multiwavelets, which includes scalar m-band and standard wavelets as special cases, provides a more coherent approach, and provides alternative proofs and new insights even for standard wavelets. The treatment includes complete MATLAB routines that allow readers to implement and experiment with multiwavelet algorithms.

Handbook Of Writing For The Mathematical Sciences

Author : Nicholas J. Higham
ISBN : 9780898714203
Genre : Mathematics
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Nick Higham follows up his successful HWMS volume with this much-anticipated second edition.


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105111050477
Genre : American literature
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Mathematical Reviews

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ISBN : UOM:39015058562359
Genre : Mathematics
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Handbook Of Accessible Achievement Tests For All Students

Author : Stephen N. Elliott
ISBN : 1441993568
Genre : Psychology
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The Handbook of Accessible Achievement Tests for All Students: Bridging the Gaps Between Research, Practice, and Policy presents a wealth of evidence-based solutions designed to move the assessment field beyond “universal” standards and policies toward practices that enhance learning and testing outcomes. Drawing on an extensive research and theoretical base as well as emerging areas of interest, the volume focuses on major policy concerns, instructional considerations, and test design issues, including: The IEP team’s role in sound assessment. The relationships among opportunity to learn, assessment, and learning outcomes. Innovations in computerized testing and the “6D” framework for standard setting. Legal issues in the assessment of special populations. Guidelines for linguistically accessible assessments. Evidence-based methods for making item modifications that increase the validity of inferences from test scores. Strategies for writing clearer test items. Methods for including student input in assessment design. Suggestions for better measurement and tests that are more inclusive. This Handbook is an essential reference for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students in education and allied disciplines, including child and school psychology, social work, special education, learning and measurement, and education policy.

Handbook Of Mathematics

Author : I.N. Bronshtein
ISBN : 9783662462218
Genre : Mathematics
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This guide book to mathematics contains in handbook form the fundamental working knowledge of mathematics which is needed as an everyday guide for working scientists and engineers, as well as for students. Easy to understand, and convenient to use, this guide book gives concisely the information necessary to evaluate most problems which occur in concrete applications. In the newer editions emphasis was laid on those fields of mathematics that became more important for the formulation and modeling of technical and natural processes, namely Numerical Mathematics, Probability Theory and Statistics, as well as Information Processing. Besides many enhancements and new paragraphs, new sections on Geometric and Coordinate Transformations, Quaternions and Applications, and Lie Groups and Lie Algebras were added for the sixth edition.

Algebraic Number Theory

Author : A. Fröhlich
ISBN : 0521438349
Genre : Mathematics
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This book provides a brisk, thorough treatment of the foundations of algebraic number theory on which it builds to introduce more advanced topics. Throughout, the authors emphasize the systematic development of techniques for the explicit calculation of the basic invariants such as rings of integers, class groups, and units, combining at each stage theory with explicit computations.

Biorthogonal Systems In Banach Spaces

Author : Petr Hajek
ISBN : 9780387689159
Genre : Mathematics
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This book introduces the reader to some of the basic concepts, results and applications of biorthogonal systems in infinite dimensional geometry of Banach spaces, and in topology and nonlinear analysis in Banach spaces. It achieves this in a manner accessible to graduate students and researchers who have a foundation in Banach space theory. The authors have included numerous exercises, as well as open problems that point to possible directions of research.

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